Qiagen to Seek FDA OK Next Year for Two Genaco Panels; Consumables Drive Strong Q2 Growth | GenomeWeb
This article has been updated from a previous version that incorrectly stated that 7 percent of Qiagen's revenue came from Genaco. The article should have stated that 7 percent of Qiagen's third quarter revenue came from acquisitions.
Qiagen officials said this week that the company would seek US Food and Drug Administration clearance next year to market two PCR-based multiplex panels developed by the recently acquired Genaco Biomedical.

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